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Underwater Pictures: Yellow Edge Moray Eel

Philippine scuba diving photos taken at various dive spots in the archipelago

 

A scuba diving photo of a yellow edge moray eel taken near the island of Bohol, Philippines 

 

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This picture of a yellow edge moray eel was taken at a dive spot near the island of Bohol in the Philippines. Moray eels are carnivores feeding on weak fish, squids and other marine animas. Size varies from less than a foot to more than 3 feet for the giant moray. The skin color of the Moray eel varies from black to off white, including varying shades brown, blue and yellow. It can also be spotted, stripped, and in varying patters and designs. 

 

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